Clinical Lab 2 WBC ID
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What do WBCs do?
Each plays a role in the body's immune system
List the 5 WBCs.
What is an increased WBC count?
What is a decrease WBC count?
What are the stages of the WBC Maturation?
6. Segmented Neutrophil
List the granulocytes.
List the agranulocytes.
List the phagocytic cells.
List the non-phagocytic cells.
What are the most abundant WBCs in the peripheral blood of most mammals?
Who's nucleus is irregular and elongated, and true filaments between nuclear lobes are rare?
Who's nucleus is coarse and dark staining chromatin?
Neutrophils and Lymphocytes
Who's cytoplasm contains visible granules in Canines?
Who's cytoplasm lacks visible granules in Felines?
Who's characteristic presence of 3 to 5 nuclear lobes?
Who's (white) cytoplasm stains pale pink, with fine, diffuse granules?
Who's primary function is phagocytosis?
(1st line of defense)*
Who's the body's "first responders" to injury or infection?
Increased numbers of what WBC usually indicates infection or inflammation?
(important role in inflammatory response)
Who's nucleus is horseshoe shaped, with large round ends?
Who's constriction makes up more than one third of the width of the nucleus?
What is a left shift?
Increased numbers of immature Neutrophils in the blood
What is a right shift?
Increased numbers of mature Neutrophils
(with more than 5 segments)
If in doubt about whether a particular cell is a band or a mature segmented cell, the cell is best classified as what?
A mature cell
What WBC deals with pathogens?
What are Heterophils?
similar to neutrophils but found in rabbits, birds, reptiles and some fish
Who is present in a variety of sizes in the peripheral blood?
Who is the most abundant WBC in samples from ruminant patients?
Who's WBC is small approximately 7 to 9 u in diameter in dogs and cats, and have slightly indented nuclei?
Who's chromatin is coarsely clumped, and the cytoplasm is light blue and quite scanty?
Who's WBC is medium-size to large approximately 9 to 11 u in diameter, with more abundant cytoplasm?
Who's major function is the production of antibody?
Who's cell-mediated immunity?
Who matures in the (red) bone marrow?
Who made in the bone marrow but matures in the Thymus?
Who nucleus is mononuclear, agranular, and ROUNDish?
(take up majority of cell)
Increased numbers of what WBC often indicates viral infection?
A small lymphocyte is what?
A medium lymphocyte is what?
less mature and more cytoplasm is visible
A large lymphocyte is what?
AKA = "Reactive"
Who's the largest of the WBCs in the peripheral blood?
Who contains variably shaped nuclei?
Who's nucleus is occasionally the shape of a kidney bean, but it is often elongated, lobulated (not round), or amoeboid?
Who's nuclear chromatin is more diffuse (purple) in this WBC than in neutrophils?
Who's cytoplasm is a blue-gray color, and it may contain vacuoles and small, fine, pink granules?
Who may be difficult to distinguish from band neutrophils, large lymphocytes, or megamyelocytes that are toxic?
Who's major function is phagocytosis?
(attack tumor cells)
Increased numbers of what WBC are seen in a variety of chronic infections?
Who's the best WBC?
Who contains a nucleus that is similar to that of neutrophils, but the chromatin is usually not as coarsely clumped?
(bi-lobular and dark)
Who's shape of the granules varies considerably among species?
Who's cytoplasm contains granules that often vary in size with small and large within the same cell, stain less intensely than others, they are usually dark red and round in Canines?
Who's cytoplasm contains granules that are small, rod shaped, and numerous in Felines?
Who's capable of phagocytosis, but their function is in the modulation of the immune system?
(parasitic defense and hypersensitivity reactions)
Increased numbers of what WBC are commonly seen in patients with allergic reactions and parasite infections or infestations?
What WBC deactivates Histamine?
Who's nuclei are similar to those Monocytes?
Who's cytoplasm contains granules that are few in number and stain purple to blue-black color in Canines?
Who's cytoplasm contains granules are round (ovalish), and they stain a light lavander color in Felines?
Who's involved in the mediation of the immune system?
Increased numbers of what WBC are seen with a variety of inflammatory and infectious conditions?
(release of Heparin and Histamin)
Who has granules that contains Heparin (anticoagulant) and Histamin (vasodialator)?
Who migrates to tissue and are called Mast Cells?
Who's nucleus is folded and ribbon like?
Who's not commonly seen on the blood cell film?
(RARE in blood of healthy animals)
Who's NOT PHAGOCYTIC?
Who's not derived from the myeloid stem cell?
(from Lymphoid stem cell)
"long live cells"
What are Monocytes called when found in the tissue?
Summary of Granulocytes
first line of defense
severe allergic reactions
heparin and histamine found in granules
Summary of Agranulocytes
chronic inflammation and infection phagocyte
Agranular & Non-Phagocytic
Agranular & Phagocytic
Granular & Phagocytic
Granular & Non-Phagocytic
Granular & Phagocytic
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